Definitions

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  • interj. Alternative spelling of capisce.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This is the White House, not some lame after-school special on Lifetime, capeesh?

    Julie Farby: No-Drama Obama's Rules to Live by

  • REFERENCES: la mer Méditerranée (f) = Mediterranean Sea; à deux pas (de) = a few steps (from); le souper (m) = dinner; capeesh?

    Words in a French Life

  • *References: à deux pas (de) = a few steps (from); il est beau = he is handsome; gentil(le) = nice; le souper (m) = dinner; capeesh = American slang for the Italian "capisci?"

    French Word-A-Day:

  • “Gun in one hand, bag of cash in the other, capeesh?”

    The Town

  • "No capeesh," he said, remembering Valance's fondness for Italian -- American argot -- this was, after all, the author of the fast food slogan _Getta pizza da action_.

    The Satanic Verses

  • My big GIRL pants are on just fine but I don't think The Free Republic is a place to post this kind of drivle that will be permeating every form of communication in the land for four long years - it's elitist crap that has no bearing on the concerns of the day and just fills some peoples 'nosy excuse for being "informed" - capeesh?

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  • When I look at this I think, "I can haz pointy tongue" and "Diz iz mah noggun ... capeesh?"

    life is weird (and so am i)

  • | Reply | Permalink his comments were silly. and as noted above, for obama to respond as if hillary called obama naive and irresponsible is clearly a straw man. she didn't call obama naive and irresponsible. she called his answer naive and irresponsible. right? while were all being so persnickity and not taking into account the most literal translation of what happened. in the course of presidential election politics, it's probably wise that obama respond to the naive and irresponsible comments as if she called him that personally. it's also probably wise for clinton to respond to the bush/cheney lite comment as if he called her that personally. capeesh?

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • (The story that originally appeared here, with the French vocabulary (below) is now a part of this book.) * References: à deux pas (de) = a few steps (from); il est beau = he is handsome; gentil (le) = nice; le souper (m) = dinner; capeesh = American slang for the Italian "capisci?"

    French Word-A-Day:

  • “You would need to get the gown back to me as soon as you’re married, capeesh?”

    Holly Would Dream

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